If you aren’t familiar with The Casual Optimist blog about publishing and book culture then it’s well worth checking out (I’ll wait). Anyway last week its author shared these amazing posters created by the leading German graphic designer Gunter Rambow for the S. Fischer Verlag publishing house back in the 1970s.
As web designers, keeping up to date with the latest technologies and techniques is merely a human task. To get as close as possible to knowing all you must without getting burnt out, following web design blogs is a good way. The blogs selected in this post are the ones you must know about.
As Google continues to map and organize the world’s information to make it more “useful,” the company pretends that it does so without hidden bias or corporate intent. When Google first started, Sergey Brin and Larry Page believed the service should be a non-profit, fearing that corporate interests would come between information and individuals.
If the artwork is on train tracks, is it still called street art? Rail art? Either way, we’re loving this series by Portuguese artist Artur Bordalo in which he cleverly converts the horizontal lines of train tracks into a canvas. The series, which have been popping up on railways throughout Portugal since early this year, […]
En oldskull no nos interesa la política ni la religión, nos centramos en los que nos apasiona, el diseño. Pero hoy, queremos apoyar una causa que en estos años y en particular estos días, nos aterra. No queremos seguir viendo la masacre que se está llevando acabo en Palestina, no queremos mas injusticias, queremos que […]
Marie Claire’s innovative interactive magazine covers are breaking new ground in advertising real estate.
Le photographe allemand Matthias Heiderich a fait plusieurs séries intitulées « Reflexiones », « Reflexionen Eins » et « Reflexionen Zwei » qui contiennent des motifs architecturaux très graphiques : des tours, des immeubles, des escaliers, des bâtiments très design. A découvrir dans la suite.
Italian photographer Alessio Albi captures stunningly atmospheric portraits filled with subtly subdued tones and beautiful natural light.
Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That is a publishing platform that encompasses several different online, print and events offerings as part of its mission of championing creativity across the art and design world. The website – which is updated daily with at least nine new articles – attracts a loyal, international readership of around 350,000 […]
The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It is frequently described as “indispensable,” “required reading” and “an addiction.” Founded in 2007 by Imran Amed, a fashion business advisor, writer and digital entrepreneur, The Business of Fashion began as […]